“Hi Soven, thank you so much for the beautiful photos you took for my Choora ceremony!! We all absolutely love them..you really captured all the emotions that night!!
It was great working with you and I will definitely be recommending you to others :)”
Indian Choora Ceremony
A beautiful night of celebration for Eisher’s Indian Choora Ceremony.
A Choora is a wedding bangle worn by the bride. Traditionally, the bride’s family hold a Choora Ceremony one to two nights before the wedding day. The bride, historically, has to wear 21 read and ivory chooras. Many Indian brides still choose to wear an odd number of chooras on each arm and are auspicious.
The chooras are placed on the bride’s hand by her maternal uncle(s). Once the choora is on the bride, kalira (dangly gold ornaments) can be tied onto it by the sisters of the bride.
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